Change America; Blowing America Up Is Fine, Too.

Obama’s “respectable and mainstream” friend, Bill Ayers, says he didn’t do enough to change America with his bombs. With his Obamas (counting Michelle), Ayers may be able to redeem himself. Obama’s unfortunate political career was launched from Bill Ayer’s living room. Good luck to America.

Story: The Obama File Latest OBAMANations

Beyond the books and speeches, how much do you really know about Barack Obama? This video focuses on Obama’s relationship to the terrorist, Bill Ayers. You know the Obama campaign will try to call this a “smear,” but every assertion in it is factual.

Although Obama routinely denies a close relationship with the radical activist, describing him as a “neighbor,” it was Bill Ayers’ that funded Obama’s original community organizing project in Chicago. That was in 1985.

In 1989, Barack Obama worked at Sidley Austin as a summer intern, along with Ayres’ wife, the terrorist, Bernadine Dohrn, who helped bomb something like 25 targets, including the Capitol and the Pentagon, who was also an attorney at the firm.

In 1995, Obama’s political career was launched in Ayers’ home. A Chicago-based blogger named Maria Warren, whose writing suggested she was to the left of Obama, recalled watching the candidate give a “standard, innocuous little talk. They were launching him,” Warren wrote, “introducing him to the Hyde Park community as the best thing since sliced bread.”

Also, beginning in 1995, Obama, as an employee of Ayers, became the first Chairman of the Board of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge. He served on the board for eight years until the Challenge ended in 2003. The “Challenge” raised and spent at least $110 million in an effort to bolster a “radical” (Ayers’ word) reform program in the Chicago Public Schools from 1994 to 2001.

In November 1997, Ayers and Obama participated in a panel at the University of Chicago entitled “Should a child ever be called a ‘super predator?'” to debate “the merits of the juvenile justice system.”

In April 2002, Ayers, Dohrn, and Obama, then an Illinois State Senator, participated together at a conference entitled “Intellectuals: Who Needs Them?” sponsored by The Center for Public Intellectuals and the University of Illinois-Chicago. Ayers and Obama were two of the six members of the “Intellectuals in Times of Crisis” panel.

Obama was a Board member and a director of Ayers’ Woods Fund board from 1999 to Dec. 11, 2002, according to the fund’s website.

Obama and Ayers have been tight for over 20 years.


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